Monday, June 16, 2014

Mikkie's Face Painting and Art Encounter Last Sunday

Even though it was Father's Day, the kids still ruled because they were so eager to watch the movie, How To Train Your Dragon 2 last Sunday as we headed to Abreeza Mall Cinema. We excitedly bought tickets but had to wait two good hours for the next show. (the first one was already sold out!) The boys Lean and Gabby had their Time Zone cards for playing arcade games so they wasted no time to do their thing. Meanwhile,  Mikkie played for while but then got bored because most of the arcade games were too "boyish" for her.

Then I remembered there was a face painting and art booth sponsored by Abreeza Mall for the said movie. Kids who have movie tickets can spend their time coloring movie-inspired art pages and have their faces painted with the design of their choice. Truly it was a fun-filled day!

face painting

coloring movie-inspired pages
my little fairy butterfly <3


these were the mechanics last Sunday


10 comments:

  1. It's nice to hear that the movie also included free play activities for kids. She seemed to enjoy the butterfly face painting. I've tried it twice with my son but he is still afraid and cries every time.

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    1. You can just tease him he will look like his favorite character in movies Karen, soon he will enjoy it! :)

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  2. Even nicer with free stuff. ;) That butterfly on her cheek's so creative, other do it the simple way but that looks like it took the person who did it a lot of time. I wish there was the same thing here in the US. Haven't seen the movie yet.

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  3. Awww, that is one gorgeous butterfly!

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  4. Wow! 2-in-1 may movie na fun activity pa. That was a cute fairy butterfly design.

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  5. Was the movie good? I have friends who said it was. Your daughter sure looked like she enjoyed that beautiful piece of art on her cheek!

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    1. Yes, it was, kids watched the first one years ago via VCD, they were so happy to have watched it in the movie last week :)

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  6. "Even thought it's Father's Day, the kids ruled" --- I like that statement. What matters most was the fact that you were together that day.

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    1. Exactly Juliana, hope you and fam had fun too last Father's Day.

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  7. free stuff is love especially that kids enjoy it. chubby cheek cheek...pretty daugther..we havent seen how to train your dragon.

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